Benefits

BENEFITS- For Union EMPLOYEES10-2019 Union

Health Insurance- One plan available—Highmark HSA (Health Savings Account) 6350/12700 –Under the plan employee pays $11.00/week to cover self. Employee pays 15-25% of premium for coverage of eligible dependents. This represents a weekly payment of $58.00 for coverage of child or children or $60.00 a week to cover a spouse and $90.00 to cover spouse and child or children. Coverage begins the first of the month following one full month of employment or during any subsequent open enrollment or during the first month following availability and eligibility for COBRA.
YHA deposits into the HSA and generously reimburses for deductible expenses through a Health Reimbursement Account.

Pension Plan – Total contribution is 12.4% — 6.9% paid by the Authority and 5.5% paid by employee payroll deduction. Employee participation is compulsory. The plan is managed by Conrad Sigel. It is a participatory driven plan meaning the employee invests their monies as they select under the guidelines of the plan. Plan entry date is either February 1st or August 1st of each year following six months of continuous employment.

Group Term Life Insurance – Available to all employees under the age of 65 with a value equal to employee’s current salary, a maximum benefit of $120,000. Total cost paid by Authority.

Short Term Disability- Employees may purchase benefits through a voluntary plan offered by Mutual of Omaha.

Long Term Disability- A voluntary plan through Mutual of Omaha is available for employees to purchase benefits.

Dental and Vision Insurances- Employee may purchase coverage through voluntary plans for themselves and/or their dependents

The Authority gives the employee $728 per fiscal year to spend as they desire on the Health Insurance (up to $200.00), Short Term, Long Term, Dental and/or Vision Insurances. Also whatever the employee pays for out of their earnings for the health, dental and vision insurances will be administered through the Section 125 plan that allows for spending with pretax earnings.

Voluntary Life Insurance-Employee may purchase additional life insurance for self, spouse, or dependent children.

Wellspan Employee Assistance Program A professional assessment, brief counseling and/or referral services to help individuals resolve problems. Confidential services. Employee is allowed three sessions per year.

Paid Time Off – Accrued monthly using the following basis:
15 Days – accrual starts the second month after hiring up to first year anniversary.
23 Days – first thru fifth year anniversary
26 Days – fifth year thru tenth year anniversary
29 Days –tenth year thru fifteenth year anniversary
32 Days—after fifteenth anniversary

Holidays – 10 paid holidays New Year’s Day Veteran’s Day
Martin Luther King Day Thanksgiving Day President’s Day Day after Thanksgiving
Memorial Day Christmas Day
Independence Day Labor Day

In 2019 employees will also receive December 24 and 31 as paid holidays.

Subject to change

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BENEFITS For Non-Union EMPLOYEES

Health Insurance- One plan available—Highmark HSA (Health Savings Account) 6350/12700 –Under the plan employee pays $11.00/week to cover self. Employee pays 15-25% of premium for coverage of eligible dependents. This represents a weekly payment of $58.00 for coverage of child or children or $60.00 a week to cover a spouse and $90.00 to cover spouse and child or children. Coverage begins the first of the month following one full month of employment or during any subsequent open enrollment or during the first month following availability and eligibility for COBRA.
YHA deposits into the HSA and generously reimburses for deductible expenses through a Health Reimbursement Account.

Pension Plan – Total contribution is 12.4% — 6.9% paid by the Authority and 5.5% paid by employee payroll deduction. Employee participation is compulsory. The plan is managed by Conrad Sigel. It is a participatory driven plan meaning the employee invests their monies as they select under the guidelines of the plan. Plan entry date is either February 1st or August 1st of each year following six months of continuous employment.

Group Term Life Insurance – Available to all employees under the age of 65 with a value equal to employee’s current salary, a maximum benefit of $120,000. Total cost paid by Authority.

Short Term Disability- Employees may purchase benefits through a voluntary plan offered by Mutual of Omaha.

Long Term Disability- A voluntary plan through Mutual of Omaha is available for employees to purchase benefits.

Dental and Vision Insurances- Employee may purchase coverage through voluntary plans for themselves and/or their dependents

The Authority gives the employee $728 per fiscal year to spend as they desire on the Health Insurance (up to $200.00), Short Term, Long Term, Dental and/or Vision Insurances. Also whatever the employee pays for out of their earnings for the health, dental and vision insurances will be administered through the Section 125 plan that allows for spending with pretax earnings.

Voluntary Life Insurance-Employee may purchase additional life insurance for self, spouse, or dependent children.

Wellspan Employee Assistance Program A professional assessment, brief counseling and/or referral services to help individuals resolve problems. Confidential services. Employee is allowed three sessions per year.

Paid Time Off – Accrued monthly using the following basis:
15 Days – accrual starts the second month after hiring up to first year anniversary.
23 Days – first thru fifth year anniversary
26 Days – fifth year thru tenth year anniversary
29 Days –tenth year thru fifteenth year anniversary
32 Days—after fifteenth anniversary

Holidays – 10 paid holidays
New Year’s Day
Martin Luther King Day
President’s Day
Memorial Day
Independence Day Labor Day
Veteran’s Day
Thanksgiving Day
Day after Thanksgiving
Christmas Day

In 2019 employees will also receive December 24 and 31 as paid holidays.

Subject to change